I study Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu, I have been training for around 1 year and I recently passed my test for 6th Kyu and I hope that I will be training for years to come. I am more interested in the history and cultural aspects of this art that has school's (Ryu-ha), six that where created by the samurai as well as three that are ninjutsu schools.
I am also interested in learning more about Genbukan and Jineakan.
EWBell was referring to gold_warrior there, as he put both "Budo Taijitsu (sic)" and Jinenkan down. Budo Taijutsu is the exclusive providence of the Bujinkan, and is not found anywhere else (the other Kan's don't teach it, as it is Hatsumi Sensei's creation and expression of martial arts). There is also standing orders for members of the Bujinkan (and the Genbukan) to not train in other Ninjutsu organisations/schools, so training in both the Bujinkan and the Jinenkan is explicitly forbidden. That's why EWBell is seeking clarification here.
Tried a handful of arts before starting in the Bujinkan. I was lucky enough to have a very good instructor. I remember thinking after trying my first class how much it hurt. That was in 1995 and I have enjoyed every day of it.